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Mission and Vision:

WIN envisions a future in which all West Virginian’s from the newly born to adolescents to seniors will be protected from vaccine-preventable diseases in order to improve the quality of life for all West Virginians.
 
To achieve our vision, WIN works to foster a comprehensive, sustained state and community programs for the immunization of West Virginia’s residents against vaccine-preventable diseases throughout their lifespan.

In pursuit of our purpose we are guided by the following core values:

  • Building partnerships and encouraging collaboration statewide;
  • Embracing creativity and innovation;
  • Honoring diversity through inclusion;
  • Responding to cultural, ethnic and community differences, needs and expectations;
  • Targeting resources based on data, research and best practices; and
  • Expecting excellence.
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08/06/2017 Registration Open for Free CE Course for Oral Health Providers This course will focus on HPV infection, precancers, cancer, vaccination and early detection in the morning and drug diversion in the afternoon and will take place on Oct. 6 2017 at John XXIII in Charleston, WV. [More]
11/02/2016 Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic View Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic and receive 1.5 Hours of Free Nursing Continuing Education. [More]
09/07/2016 Be the Key to Cancer Prevention in Your Community Join the campaign to improve HPV vaccination rates among your patients and protect them from a future of cancer. [More]
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